THEA 1104-30418 Acting 3

Acting 3

This course focuses on preparing and presenting roles from Shakespeare’s plays and applying those techniques to other classical and modern texts. Students will explore folio technique, language, character and intention, building on their foundational acting craft with advanced vocal and physical acting exercises. Students will develop textual analysis and rehearsal skills, and will apply those techniques to performing three scenes and two monologues (in verse and prose). In addition, students will examine the political, cultural and social context of each play.  

Prerequisites: Acting I (or by permission of instructor) Recommended: Voice and Movement I; Acting II


Spring 2018 (2184)

THEA 1104-30418


3:00 PM - 4:50 PM

Richard E. Rauh Studio Theatre

Instructor: Dennis Schebetta